19th March 2019

The Good Friday Show is your new favourite comedy night. Once a month gracing our cosy garage stage are the very best comedians around. From 6.30pm come down to London's coolest comedy club for drinks deals, music and the very best in comedy hosted by 2Northdown's resident MC Garrett Millerick. Come and join us for an action packed, energised night, filled with beers, laughs and good vibes only. 

Previous Good Friday Guys and Gals include Richard Gadd, Felicity Ward, Matt Ewins, Tony Law, Daniel Simonsen, Brett Goldstein, Fern Brady, Reginald D Hunter and more. 

This month our line up features the amazing Garrett Millerick and loads more! 

Acts: 

Everyone's favourite resident MC.... 

Garrett Millerick 
Garrett Millerick is an acclaimed stand up comedian, writer and director. He is an increasing force to be reckoned with on the UK Circuit. In the few short years years since debuting in new act competitions he has established a reputation as one of the stand out live acts of his generation. 
‘a virtuoso display of unforgivingly grumpy stand up delivered with fire in his soul’ ★★★★ ½ Steve Bennett, Chortle 
‘wickedly funny’ ★★★★ The Scotsman 
‘stand up with an insolent twist’ ★★★★ The Sunday Times 
‘just want’s to entertain you and does it superbly’ ★★★★ The Mirror 
‘nitpicking misery raised to high levels of artistry’ ★★★★ The List 


Tom Houghton 
“The long awaited male answer to Bridget Jones made flesh… 
this unexpected tour de force warrants a 21-gun salute” **** The Daily Telegraph 
“A crafty idiot” **** The Daily Mail 
As seen on BBC1, BBC3, Channel 4’s “First dates” and Comedy Central’s “The Jim Jefferies Show” 
"this unexpected tour de force warrants a 21-gun salute” **** The Daily Telegraph 

Alison Spittle 
Writer and Star of Nowhere Fast. 
Guest co-host Guilty Feminist. 
Irish Tatler Woman of the Year in Comedy. 
U magazine 30 under 30 comedy award. 
''If you enjoyed, say, Fleabag or Sharon Horgan's stuff, you'll probably love this'' IRISH INDEPENDENT 
"Breezily chatty and effusively funny, Alison Spittle is a likeable combination of openness and chortling mischief." THE SCOTSMAN 

Maria Shehata 
American comedian quickly making a name for herself in the UK. She has a conversational delivery and no-nonsense candor that is sardonic yet playful, and has been charming audiences all over the US, UK, and Europe. Maria’s writing has been featured in Modern Love in the New York Times and her stand up has been on Comedy Central’s The Watch List, Showtime’s Bridging the Gap, and Nuvo TV's Stand Up and Deliver. She was one of six comedians featured in the series The Cradle of Comedy and appeared in the film 100 Jokes. Maria is winner of Best Comedian at the Hollywood Festival of New Cinema, and Best Comedy at the Miami Web Fest where she was nominated for Best Actress. Maria was also shortlisted as one of the five best new performers at the 2017 Edinburgh Fringe by The 99 Club.